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  • Lifts settled slabs and slab foundations
  • Lifts and levels sunken sidewalks driveways and patios
  • Levels concrete steps and landings
  • Fills sinkholes and other voids
  • Lifts, levels and stabilizes roadways and airport runways
  • Strengthen and stabilizes loose soil for preconstruction applications

Concrete Leveling & Concrete Repair Companies In New Jersey

359 Route 35 South
Cliffwood, NJ 07721
SERVICE AREA:
New Jersey: Northern, central and eastern NJ, including Freehold, Edison, Jersey City, Paterson, Woodbridge, Brick, Mount Freedom, Lakewood, Short Hills, and Toms River.
New York: including New York City, Flushing, Astoria, Queens, Elmhurst, Ridgewood, Woodside, Jackson Heights, Forest Hills, Ozone Park, Bayside, Far Rockaway, Fresh Meadows.
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia.
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The concrete repair companies listed here are experienced concrete leveling contractors in the PolyLevel network serving New Jersey. PolyLevel contractors offer expertise and experience solving concrete problems, including lifting and leveling concrete that has settled or is sinking, cracked, or unlevel. In each company’s profile you can read reviews, see before-and-after pictures, and learn more about their concrete repair services.

PolyLevel is a fast, effective concrete repair solution. Contact your local PolyLevel dealer today to get a free concrete repair estimate".

Why does concrete sink in NJ?

You can blame it on New Jersey soils. Depending on the soil composition and ground moisture, soils will expand and contract over time, leading to voids under the concrete. This is thanks to the clay components in the subsoil level, which are particularly absorbent. All soils are made up of sand, silt, and clay. While New Jersey soils have varying amounts of clay, it is the clay elements that contribute to soil shrinkage underneath your concrete. As voids form, the soil is unable to support the concrete and it will begin to sink, often unevenly. Your concrete will also sink if the soil under the concrete was too weak to begin with to and is unable to support the weight of the concrete slabs and the loads placed on the concrete (cars, equipment, furnishings). This process is called “concrete settlement.” Erosion and the freeze/thaw cycle as winter turns into spring contributes to this process in New Jersey.

Reasons for Cracked Concrete Slabs

  • Weak initial soils unable to support weight
  • Erosion over time
  • Shrinking and expanding soils
  • Moisture issues in soil

What concrete problems does PolyLevel fix?

Concrete problems often are associated with two notable characteristics of the material: weight and stiffness. If the soil beneath a concrete slab is not sufficiently dense or strong, the slab’s weight will push down on the soil, causing the slab to sink below its proper level. This often happens when the soil is weak to begin with or there is high clay content in the soil, expanding and shrinking with ground moisture levels. If the slab is well-supported in one area but not in another, concrete’s inability to flex will often cause the slab to crack – sinking in one area while remaining stable in another. Sunken concrete is a very common problem, often occurring in sidewalks, driveways, patios, and other slab-on-grade applications.

Three common causes of sunken or settled concrete:

  • Weak soils. Fill soil and soil with high organic content is easily compressed by weight from above.
  • Washouts. Flooding and heavy rain can erode soil beneath a concrete slab, leaving all or part of the slab unsupported.
  • Shrinking clay soil. Soil with high clay content can shrink significantly during dry weather, sometimes causing a concrete slab to sink.

How to Choose a Concrete Repair Company in New Jersey

In addition to looking for a New Jersey concrete repair company who serves your town or region, you want to know that they understand the causes for failing concrete and have concrete repair solutions that are effective, long-term, and affordable.

A Concrete Solution You Can Trust

PolyLevel is a two-part expanding foam solution effective in many concrete lifting applications, in both residential and commercial settings. Concrete repair alternatives to PolyLevel include complete concrete replacement and “mud jacking,” an industrial application that uses a thick cement slurry to fill in the gap underneath sunken concrete. Both of these techniques are excessive when fixing a set of stairs that has pulled away from the home, or raising a patio concrete slab back to its original level. These alternative methods are disruptive, time-consuming, costly, and don’t address the soil-related issues that cause concrete settlement. Using foam to raise sunken concrete is the best solution for many concrete problems because it is fast, effective, less disruptive to property, and affordable. In addition, PolyLevel is a less intrusive process for lifting concrete that doesn't add more weight to the problem.

A Contractor You Can Trust

Your local New Jersey PolyLevel contractor is an independent company supported by a national concrete repair network. In addition to reading reviews, check out past work by your local concrete contractor. A before-and-after picture showing the results of lifting and leveling an uneven concrete slab is worth 1,000 words!

The final step in searching for a contractor who can fix your home’s sunken or cracked concrete is to get an idea of the cost involved in fixing your concrete. After inspecting your sunken concrete, your local contractor should be able to propose a solution and provide a written estimate for repair costs.

Time for a Concrete Repair Estimate?

Sunken concrete only gets worse over time. Improve the safety, appearance, and value of your property by raising your concrete slabs. PolyLevel dealers in New Jersey help homeowners every day fix the failing concrete around their homes. For reliable concrete repair in Newark, Jersey City, and Paterson, contact your local expert in concrete leveling!

Ready to get started? Choose a New Jersey Polylevel dealer to raise and repair your settled concrete today!

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Recent job requests for PolyLevel in NJ:

Project Location: Swedesboro, NJ 08085

Comment: Need pool deck leveled if possible. One whole side is slopping down raising the concrete deck above the pool flashing.

Project Location: Clarksboro, NJ 08020

Comment: Steps and cement porch are settling due to wash out of soil supporting them.

Project Location: Newfield, NJ 08344

Comment: We have a sidewalk leading from apartments to the parking lot with negative slope. Looking for an economical solution to level it out in order to satisfy insurance company.

Project Location: Sewell, NJ 08080

Comment: Concrete patio slabs need to be raised.

Project Location: Cape May, NJ 08204

Comment: Walkway needs leveling

Project Location: Runnemede, NJ 08078

Comment: Patio is sinking was never pinned against the house

Project Location: Wildwood Crest, NJ 08260

Comment: Part of our porch forms puddles, would like the porch to be properly sloped away from house

Project Location: Pennsauken, NJ 08110

Comment: Driveway, side entry way and walkway to main entrance has sunk.

Project Location: Atco, NJ 08004

Comment: I am inquiring for my elderly parents. Their front porch is sinking and needs to be raised.

Project Location: Moorestown, NJ 08057

Comment: Driveway cracking and sinking

Project Location: Moorestown, NJ 08057

Comment: Driveway apron

Project Location: Mays Landing, NJ 08330

Comment: Sunken driveway near garage with crack the requires repair

Project Location: Ocean City, NJ 08226

Comment: I have concrete in my garage and back driveway that are sinking. I also have another slab close to the house that is sinking. I would love to receive a price on this service.

Project Location: Mays Landing, NJ 08330

Comment: My drive way slabs are cracked and not level.

Project Location: Mays Landing, NJ 08330

Comment: Sunken section of concrete sidewalk which butts up to house and porch needs corner raised about 3-4 inches.

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